Diamonds in the rough

Various Works of Street Art from around the world that are meant to capture the attention of people passing by. The theme of these works is how eye catching they are. Each of these works will make a passerby stop and think about what the artist is saying or how unique the art is. Each work varies in techniques, but what really ties all of these works together is the uniqueness of them.

I chose this artwork by Banksy because it addresses the issues of the police force using unnecessary force around children. I love that it's street art because it will reach a broader audience
I chose this work by Banksy because it addresses the issue with America crushing the dreams of children who want to become artists. Banksy is famous for his controversy works of street art.
I chose this work by Okuda and Remed because it is generally aesthetically pleasing to look at. The use of colors is vivid and a passerby could stare at this for a while and still find something new.
I chose this work of art by Okuda, because again it is aesthetically pleasing to look at. It combines industrial with nature in a beautiful way.
I chose this work by Otto Schade because of the detail the artist put into it. This particular mural is in London. I chose this work because it captures your attention.
I chose this work by Ino because of the techniques used. The lines for the hair look smooth and the contrast between the gray and the blue backdrop make it pop. This mural is in London.
I chose this mural by Mateus, that is located in London, because of the eye popping techniques he used in the lines and color. He wanted it to capture the attention of the passerby's,
I chose this mural by Mateus, in London, because of his use of color and lines. This particular mural is more naturalistic. He wanted the people of London to see the beauty in this.
I chose this mural by Masai, located in East London, because it is a very eye catching work. He used bright and vivid colors along with two different techniques that contrast each other.
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